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WHY all the fuss over John McCririck's remarks at Robin Cook's funeral service What did they expect when they invited this bampot to speak from the pulpit - the big man touching his shoulders and telling mourners that Abbot's Choice was now double carpet for the 6.
Dad Bill, 80, from Stonnall, Staffs, said when he phoned home he "didn't know what the fuss was about".
If told my dad he would make a fuss and it would make it worse.
Dad Bill, 80, from Stonnall, Staffs, said when he phoned home, he "didn't know what the fuss was about".
Don't these people make you sick to your stomach the way they fuss over their snivelling little things as thoughthey are actual children?
I don't know what all the fuss was about," she says, "It's the sort of thing I hope to show my grandchildren and say 'Look - Granny's tits once went north.
Yesterday his neighbour and friend Gerry Mulgrew, of Sandyhills, Glasgow, said: "Knowing Bill, he will be embarrassed by all the fuss.
Now Putin is saying that he can't see what all the fuss is about.
Because fuss fitted Donald Dewar even less well than those coats he refused to wear and the privileges of his position which he never exploited.